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Record, RepoGer Wednesday, June 6, 2001 I Area Classifieds PUBLISHER AN AD' ENTRIES GO ON DISPLAY from the annual "Student Design an Ad" , Conducted by the Feather River Bulletin, at the 3rd annual Plumas Coun- ssion's Black and White Exhibi- 165 ads representing 33 local businesses, by juniors and seniors at Quincy High, at the Plumas County Art Gallery in Quincy. The winners, judged by al artist and cartoonist Jim were featured in a special section inside Bulletin. OPENING PARTY NEXT WEEK plant manager at Allied Washoe in they will be having a grand opening their new card lock pumps on June 13. From 11-3 p.m. there will be on the grill, sodas, snow cones free for for those stopping by, along with prize for great gifts. Their card lock customers gas at cost that day as well. MIXER AT SLOAT MILL CO. Quincy Chamber of Commerce mixer next Tuesday, June 12, 5-7:30 p.m., pavement ends and the fun begins," at :Mill Company in Cromberg. Bring your because hosts Dan and Debbie Leonhardt their famous Chuck Wagon Grill and rib dinner with all the fixins! FARMS REOPENS Gary Romano have reopened their nurs- for the summer season. As reg- Organic g in addition to their native they now have an organic produce new addition this year is their loaded with jams, jellies, honey and gift and PROMOTED TO AVP AT B OF A , vice president and manager of the Quincy and Portola branches of Bank of America, announced the promotion of Charlene Thiessen to as- sistant vice president. Charlene has worked at the Portola branch for 12 of the 25 years she has been in banking. "She is very dedicated and a hard worker; this promotion is richly de- long overdue," said Miravalle. INTERNET SERVICES OWner Mary Wiegand informs us that her St. business in Quincy is now accepting net Internet service. Another new offer is prepaid telephone service for telephone has been disconnected and to pay a big deposit to reconnect. Mary also expanded the video game line- Playstation 2. Although they no on computers, they still repair fax machines, copiers and VCRs. Cus- earl, however, still get custom-built comput- SUPplies there. RESTAURANTS MAKING NEWS outside dining available, Benassi's is lunch and dinner Tuesday through Co-owner Laura Semrau reports. for breakfast, lunch and dinner the second season for Denise and Kirby Buzz McTingles restaurant. The clubhouse at Gold come one of the top 10 golf Mountain--a stunning Frankdestinations on the west Lloyd Wright designed build- coast. ing--called the Nakoma Re-Spa sor.t, has officially begun its The Garners have created opening process. After 77 an environment with the years, owners Dariel and Peg- Nakoma Spa where you can gy Garner have brought back pamper your body and soothe to life Wright's 1924 design to your soul with body wraps, house a 23,000 sq. ft. golf club- massages, facials, soaking house that features a pro tubs and chromotherapy. Fa- shop, spa, restaurants and pi- cilities include a couples' ano lounge. Many industry room with dual Jacuzzi tubs, experts agree that, what can massage tables and walk-in only be described as a world- showers with full surround class facility, will soon be- water jets. Peggy Garner says New owner D~o~o bj ~cnei!~ Da,~s Bill Fuller has purchased Monolith Music from Quin- cy dentist Dr. Greg Sawyer. The store, presently Io- rated on Main St. in Quincy across the street from the post office complex, will be relocated to that complex next to Dunn's Coffee and Fine Teas. The store sells and rents musical instruments, sheet mu- sic, amplifiers, accessories and more. They also do minor repair work. Bill and his wife, Molley, have two children. This business in a natural fit for Bill; in his spare time, enjoys playing the guitar, listening to ragtime and blues, reading and also loves the arts. Open Fr;day 12-5 Saturday 10-5 ;unday & Monday 10-4 112 l-h,,y 89 Graeagle We're proud of the news cov- eragc we've recently received, and wc hopc to build upon thcsc accomplishmcnts. In short, our ~ucccs~ is your suc- ccss. Our hats arc offto you! Chicago Tribune, January 23, 2001 Features Edward Jones as an old fashioced re,at brokerage firm that declines to offer onIine trad~'~:j but keeps service personat US News and World Report, January 22, 2001 Profiles Edward Jones as a firm that builds relationships and measures success "one investor at a time." Fortune Magazine, January 2001 Ranks Edward Jones No 9 among the 100 Best Companies To Work For in Amer~a. Steve King 546 ~re~.c S~. Phce: ~,q~r Os~sc? 800-995-0253. (530)2834061 Edward Jones ~r,4nI h~*~,~ lw,.~,~ ~ dlT~ the exercise equipment room Ben Kenny offers steaks, var. and sauna are open and the ious pork, venison and duck indoor current pool and dishes, along with his house steam baths should be open specialty of Pan Pacific cui- soon. sine, which includes several Restaurants fish dishes, and is served in The resort features two the more elegant Loggia din. dining rooms and a snack bar ing room. All desserts and for the golf course. The Wig- pastries are made fresh daily wam is the centrally located in their kitchen. dining room inside the Nako- Golf ma Resort takes the shape of Nominated for Golf Di- a wigwam that towers 45 feet gest's "Best New Golf Course high. The Garners have cre- for 2001" and described as "A ated the interior design in firebreather in the Sierra celebration of American Indi- Nevada," by Golf Magazine, ans, with its decorative Indi- the Dragon--with its trade- an symbolism throughout, marked slogan "Send me complimented by incredible your heros"--is in full swing views of the surrounding for its second season of golf. mountains and valleys. This 18-hole, par 72 champi- The restaurant is open dai- onship course features a ly, year-round, from 6 a.m. to chipping, bunker and putting t0 p.m., serving breakfast, facility and driving range. lunch and dinner. Some of Ski Magazine describes the the menu items include eggs toughness of the golf course, Benedict, French toast proclaiming, "Only the Dalai brioche, homemade breads, Lama will ever be able to croissants and muffins for master them. Chanting may breakfastl Lunch offers a help!" Garner said the maga. unique variety of sandwich- zine has already declared the es, seared Ahi tuna, Cajun course one of the top 30 in the chicken breasts and veggie country. eggplant. For dinner, Chef i i II I NEED HELP WITH YOUR BUSINESS? Business development services avallablel Including, but not limited to ..... Confidential counseling sessions with Small Business Development Center Counselors Financial Sourcing * Business Planning, etc. Demographic Information PLUMAS CORPORATION (530) 283-3739 TURNS "FOLLOWING A FEW SIMPLE DIRECTIONS COULD SAVE YOU MONEY." CALL ME TO FIND OUT HOW SAFE DRIVERS CAN SAVE. Kirk Lambed L~, 10496874 ~ t, Laratmrt lain+mace Semc~, I~1o~ 888-251-5512 530-832-5512 Chris Jones @ l,,Jc+ I 0/65766 Allstate 800-468-1233 .~.+~ = ~ ~.,,~+. 530-258-3477 S~ 1o a'va~ty sn(I ~l,.~at~cilmr,~ 0 2000 A,tistate I~ C4~p~ny Nor0h~o~, llL~ll, SOLUTIONS UNEARTHED attended a seminar in Las Vegas Solutions, a unique, time-tested prod- says can repair and beautify existing the beautiful look of natural stone, tile Bob says you can als0 beautify you con- or garage floor with the Ultra Surlace System. These products also work on asphalt. You can find out more about this of products for residential and commer- calling Bob Raymond Painting and Restorations in Clio. SIMPLIFIED RULES ON IRA PAYOFFS are nearing 70, and facing forced withdrawals from your taking money out-new regulations can decisions and can help make your money last people, the new rules do away with "term certain," determined by life expectancy of owner and beneficiary payout. New tables to compute withdrawals utilize the method, and the beneficiary's age is no longer an raost cases, the required payout wile be smaller. er big change is that beneficiaries can be named, or after withdrawals begin without affecting the payout And, in most cases, heirs will be able to base future on their own life expectancies. if you just tamed 70 1/2 last year, and are just now the first payout must follow the old rules. the new rules affect you? How can you use them to Talk it over with the knowledgeable folks at: 307 Wl Main St., Quincy 283-0680 ...or just need to fix up the old one? If you and your family are building, remodeling, buying, or refinancing a home, things can get complicated pretty fast. There are dozens of decisions to make and scores of explanations you'll need. And it's hard to get dear answers on the phone from someone who's 3,000 miles away or who lives in Red- ding or Sacramento and breezes through town every week or so. What you need is personal help. Face-to-face help. You need someone to sit down with you and answer your questions. Doesn't it make sense, then. to use a local bank who knows our area? Plumas Bamk the only lender who can offer you competitive rates on both national lending programs and locally funded loans. You make the choice. So when you need to build it, buy it or fix it, call your local Plmnas Bank office. Better yet, stop in and talk to a local loan officer.